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I first read this book about a year ago, and I am so glad that I did. Before picking up the book, I didn’t know much about Trevor Noah, only that he is the current host of The Daily Show. Regardless, I was very interested in reading this book, and I’m quite happy I read... Continue Reading →
I'm always surprised that Shakespeare is considered so serious and dull. His comedies are some of most bawdy and farcical works ever written, full of innuendo, gender flips and insults. The tragedies are moving; full of missed opportunities, miscommunication and the misinterpretations that lead inevitably to a tragic end. The histories are most somber, but... Continue Reading →
To start off this review, I have to say, OH MY GOD, I freaking love Tina Fey. My unconditional love aside I want to talk about Bossypants. I had this autobiography recommended to me by a really good friend two years ago when the book was first published. I can now look back and think... Continue Reading →
Janet is back,with a series that could be a successor to her much loved Stephanie Plum series. Her previous attempts have included Alex Barnaby, in the novels Metro Girl and Motormouth, which fell flat due in part to weak plots and the unlike-ability of Alex's perspective romantic partner, Sam Hooker. Then came the "Wicked" novels... Continue Reading →
This is definitely not the most politically, or religiously, correct book I have ever read...but it is one of the funniest and most enjoyable (especially when I found myself laughing out loud on the Toronto subway system and getting very cautious glances from fellow riders). This was the first of Christopher Moore's books that I... Continue Reading →